Jozi Flash Anthology Update & Downloads

It’s been a while since posting an update about the 2018 Jozi Flash Anthology; mainly because the universe decided to give most of us working on it a few kicks. And punches. Something like the printer scene from Office Space.

So we’re actually only finishing up on edits and everything now.

The anthology, I am pleased to announce, will now be released sometime in September! (I’ll give the exact date as soon as I’ve received it.)

But! But! We have the Official Cover Reveal Party on 30 June in a local restaurant! Huzzah!

What is Jozi Flash?

The Jozi Flash anthologies are written by a bunch of writers from Johannesburg and surrounds (hence the “Jozi”) and publishing by Chasing Dreams Publishing. The stories are all flash fiction and spans different genres, writing styles, the works.

And the best?

It’s free to read! (And own.)

Here are the links to the previous two anthologies. They are available in PDF, mobi, and eBook format.

The Jozi Flash 2017 flash fiction anthology


It’s not quite the Gummi Bears, but it certainly bounces around a lot.

Jozi Flash 2017 combines the talents of ten brilliant authors with one gifted artist, to bring you a collection of 80 flash fiction stories across eight different genres.

From a children’s story about the folly of summoning dragons, to the horrors held in deliciously treacherous ice cream, the authors take you on journeys that weave fantasy and folklore together alongside practical detectives and everyday tragedy.

With stunning artwork prompts by Nico Venter, these South African authors have created an anthology that will leave you breathless.

The 2016 Jozi Flash flash fiction anthology

Jozi Flash cover

The anthology consists of 29 stories by the following writers:

Candice Maree Burger | Carin Marais | Nthato Morakabi | Sharon Parkinson | Nicolette Stephens

You can download your free copy of the Jozi Flash Anthology by clicking on one of the links below.

By Carin Marais

Bibliophile, writer of speculative fiction, non-fiction, and maybe-fiction, language practitioner, doer of stuff.

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